Welcome to Cobie Smulders Fan - your longest running online resource for the talented Canadian actress, Cobie Smulders! Fans may recognize Cobie from films such as Safe Haven and The Delivery Man. Fans of the Marvel universe will know Cobie as Maria Hill from The Avengers and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Cobie is probably best known as Robin Scherbatsky from the hit CBS comedy, How I Met Your Mother. Online since September 2006, our goal is to bring you all the latest news, media and images regarding Cobie and her career. Thank you for stopping by, we hope you enjoy the site and return often!
Cobie and her husband, Taran Killam were in Washington, D.C. for the Not The White House Correspondents’ Dinner hosted by Samantha Bee. “I really believe that the current president should have to face someone once a year who calls him on his (expletive),” Bee said at the event. “So Donald, I am going to roast you as if you were here tonight. Imagine being the most powerful man in the world and you can’t listen to a comedian razz you for five minutes?” Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
Cobie and her husband, Taran Killam attended the Avengers: Endgame premiere in Los Angeles. Cobie looked gorgeous in a long, red dress from TRE by Natalie Ratabesi. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
I have started adding screen captures from Cobie’s appearance as a younger Lucille Bluth on the cult-comedy series, Arrested Development into the gallery. All five seasons of Arrested Development are now streaming on Netflix. Screen captures from, The Untethered Sole are now available for your viewing pleasures. Please be aware, images will contain spoilers for those that have not watched it. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
5.13 – The Untethered Sold — Buster’s brief appearance in a TV weather report puts the Bluths back in hot water, but Michael has a plan involving his son’s definitely real company.
Marvel Studios has released a final trailer for the upcoming highly anticipated movie, Avengers: Endgame. Directed by the Russo Brothers, Avengers: Endgame hits theatres on April 26th. Take a look at the latest trailer below:
Marvel Studios has released a new trailer for the upcoming highly anticipated movie, Avengers: Endgame. Directed by the Russo Brothers, Avengers: Endgame hits theatres on April 26th. Take a look below:
Both Michael Ealy and Mark Webber have been cast in the ABC drama pilot Stumptown, Variety has learned.
Inspired by the graphic novel Stumptown by Greg Rucka, the project follows Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders), a strong, assertive, and unapologetically sharp-witted army veteran working as a P.I. in Portland, Oregon. With a complicated personal history and only herself to rely on, she solves other people’s messes with a blind eye toward her own.
Webber will play Grey McConnell, Dex’s best friend who has an unrequited crush on her. He’s been renovating an old-fashioned brew pub into a modern-sleek mixology joint and he’s hired Dex’s brother as his sole employee.
Ealy has been cast as Detective Miles Hoffman, a detective with the Portland Police Department. He’s looking for escaped convict Samuel Kane, who’s probably going to pay a visit to Grey McConnell any day now. (Source)
The second season of Friends From College is now streaming on Netflix. Screen captures from final episode, The Wedding are now available for your viewing pleasures. Please be aware, images will contain screen captures for those that have not watched it yet. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
2.08: The Wedding — Max and Felix’s big day arrives — and so does the drama as secrets are revealed, confessions are made, and poorly timed punches are thrown.
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In season 4, Arrested Development cast some notable names to play a younger Lucille and George Sr.: Kristen Wiig and Seth Rogen. During the second half of season 5, you’ll once again see a pair of familiar faces assume the role of the Bluth grand matriarch and patriarch: Cobie Smulders and Taran Killam.
The How I Met Your Mother alum and former Saturday Night Live cast member — and real-life spouses — will guest-star in multiple episodes of Netflix’s ultra-dysfunctional family comedy, EW has learned. The exact circumstances in which you’ll meet this version of younger Lucille and George Sr. — who are played in present day by Jessica Walter and Jeffrey Tambor — is being kept under wraps.
Season 5’s guest roster also includes Ben Stiller, Isla Fisher, Christine Taylor, Maria Bamford, Henry Winkler, Judy Greer, Kyle Mooney, Dermot Mulroney, and Frances Conroy. The final half of the season streams on Mar. 15, with Buster (Hale) set to stand trial for the murder of Lucille 2 (Liza Minnelli). (Source)
The second season of Friends From College is now streaming on Netflix. Screen captures from episode seven, Fireworks are now available for your viewing pleasures. Please be aware, images will contain screen captures for those that have not watched it yet. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
2.07: Fireworks — When Ethan and Sam go public, Marianne, Nick and Max take the opportunity to practice their “casual faces”; Lisa receives shocking news.
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Cobie has been cast in the lead role of the ABC drama pilot inspired by the graphic novel Stumptown by Greg Rucka, Variety has learned.
The project follows Dex Parios (Smulders), a strong, assertive, and unapologetically sharp-witted army veteran working as a P.I. in Portland, Oregon. With a complicated personal history and only herself to rely on, she solves other people’s messes with a blind eye toward her own.
Parios is further described as a whip-smart, hard-luck heroine you can’t help but get behind. Once a decorated Military Intelligence officer overseas, Dex is now back home in Portland, Oregon, unable to hold down a steady job, spinning her wheels, running up gambling debts, waiting for trouble to catch up with her. (Source)
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